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Abs light stays on

I changed my rotors and pads all the way around and it stops great no pulling to either side but the abs light stays on then shortly after my traction control stays on and it wont shut off then my emergency brake light comes on and stays on till i shut the car off and restart it. but they always come back whats happening.....

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I had this exact same problem, on a older bronco II. You need to get the ABS computer reset. You can either take it in or buy a computer your self. There are even packages that will allow you to use your own computer and just hook the car up to your lap top or desk top if you can get a cable long enough.

I never had mine done, because back then the computers were so expensive. I never caused a problem because it was only in the braking system. Now they are pretty cheap and there are a lot of other cool things you can do with them. You can reduce your gas requirements and set it for pulling, racing, and fuel efficency on the fly now. Just at the touch of a button.

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